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Is global warming good for Hartford?

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I can't see a downside. It would make the summers longer and the winters shorter. That's a plus.

The rising seas level might raise the level of the river but most of the city is well above any predicted rise. It should make the river wider and deeper at Hartford and enhance its recreational qualities.

I think Hartford could be a big winner in a global warming scenario, Springfield too. It probably wouldn't be good for New Haven. Hey, maybe Hartford could get Yale.

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I can't see a downside. It would make the summers longer and the winters shorter. That's a plus.

The rising seas level might raise the level of the river but most of the city is well above any predicted rise. It should make the river wider and deeper at Hartford and enhance its recreational qualities.

I think Hartford could be a big winner in a global warming scenario, Springfield too. It probably wouldn't be good for New Haven. Hey, maybe Hartford could get Yale.

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